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SECB405: Secure Protocols for The Internet and E-commerce

Description:Review of basic techniques of cryptography; Authentication: the authentication problem and, symmetric and asymmetric techniques; Public-key certificates; Email security: PGP, S/MIME; Network security: SSL/TLS, IPSec; Digital cash. (Prerequisite: SECB310)
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: William Stallings: Cryptography and Network Security ? Principles and Practices, 3rd ed. Prentice H
Coordinator: Ezedin Barka
Topics Outline:
  1. Review: Objectives and major basic techniques of Cryptography. The problem of authentication.
  2. Authentication: Kerberos
  3. Authentication: X.509
  4. Public-key certificates
  5. Email Security: PGP Extra compulsory tutorials on PGP will be given
  6. Email Security: S/MIME
  7. Network Security: SSL/TLS
  8. Network Security: IPSec
  9. Digital Cash
  1. Discuss security protocols and mechanisms
  2. Implement secure channels.
  3. Use key exchange management protocol
  4. Design solutions for secure electronic commerce systems.
  5. Implement certificate authority infrastructure
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Pre-requisiteSECB310: Cryptographic Algorithms and Protocols
Co-requisite SECB331: Cryptography Lab
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